NYC is leading the way in carbon reduction efforts.
Local Law 97 is an ambitious, unprecedented building emissions policy designed to mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by imposing strict carbon limits on NYC buildings.
There are roughly one million buildings in NYC, and the buildings sector accounts for about 70% of our GHG emissions. Local Law 97 is projected to reduce the City’s carbon emissions by 6 million tons by 2030.
Local Law 97 is integral to the NYC’s mission of reducing 80% of GHG emissions by the year 2050 (80×50) and eventually achieving carbon neutrality.
Free Training Opportunities
The Carbon Reduction Workshop Series is a hands-on series focused on improving NYC commercial building carbon emissions by teaching you how to re-invest funds otherwise lost to utility companies and city fines. The NYC Sustainability Help Center offers FREE training and workshops for Building Owners, Property Managers, and Energy Professionals. All courses within the series are free and fully remote. Register individually or request a private class for your organization.
A three-hour virtual seminar that provides building owners and property managers with a comprehensive overview of NYC’s building energy laws, including the compliance requirements for each local law, and the ways in which each law impacts one another.Register
In this hands-on 2.5 hour workshop, you will learn how to calculate more than just your building’s carbon emissions, becoming mindful also of building metrics, annual costs, and carbon projections over the next 10+ years.Register
A 2.5 hour interactive session where you will learn how to develop a multi-year project management plan with a focus on key management tasks, including team resources, feasible timelines, resident engagement, and project safety.Register